I just now released 0.2.0 of the dns-tor-proxy tool. The main feature of this release is DNS over HTTPS support. At first I started writing it from scratch, and then decided to use modified code from the amazing dns-over-https project instead.
✦ ❯ ./dns-tor-proxy -h Usage of ./dns-tor-proxy: --doh Use DoH servers as upstream. --dohaddress string The DoH server address. (default "https://mozilla.cloudflare-dns.com/dns-query") -h, --help Prints the help message and exists. --port int Port on which the tool will listen. (default 53) --proxy string The Tor SOCKS5 proxy to connect locally, IP:PORT format. (default "127.0.0.1:9050") --server string The DNS server to connect IP:PORT format. (default "184.108.40.206:53") -v, --version Prints the version and exists. Make sure that your Tor process is running and has a SOCKS proxy enabled.
Now you can pass --doh flag to enable DoH server usage, by default it will use https://mozilla.cloudflare-dns.com/dns-query. But you can pass any server using --dohaddress flag. I found the following servers are working well over Tor.
The release also has a binary executable for
Linux x86_64. You can verify the
executable using the signature file available in the release page.